Monday, October 13, 2014

Sacred and Spiritual Links - Monday 13 October 2014

(Supplied by a colleague in the UK)

1. The bells of St Mary le Ghyll, Barnoldswick in Lancashire - BBC Radio 4

2. Sunday Worship from Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin - BBC Radio 4

3. Choral Evensong from Winchester College - BBC Radio 3 [now available from last week]

4. Sunday Holy Communion livestreamed from St Helena's Church, Beaufort, South Carolina at 10:15 am Eastern Time, 3:15 pm London Time

5. Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2

6. Archived choral services from the chapels of King's College Cambridge
and St John's College, Cambridge

7. The power of the Gospel - Charles Marnham - St Michael's Chester Square Audio [2 Corinthians 4:1-9 and 5:11-21]

8. Pergamum - Andrew Wingfield Digby - St Andrew's Oxford Audio [Revelation 2:12-17]

9. Lack-lustre or shining brightly? - Bishop Rennis Ponniah - St Andrew's Singapore [Luke 24]

Sermon and Commentary for Sunday 12th October
10. The Wedding Feast - Rev Professor Christopher Seitz [Luke 22:1-14]

11. The Sunday Readings - Rev Stephen Trott

12. Preaching Ideas and Commentary - Rev Peter Carrell

Please pray for the Ebola Crisis this week; for Christians and all facing persecution and crime in Iraq; for the persecuted church and in particular in the Middle East, Nigeria, Egypt, China and Hong Kong; for peace in Ukraine, Israel and Gaza; and for the Diocese of South Carolina.

13. Iraq Region:
Exclusive – Vicar of Baghdad: ISIS Cells Already in Baghdad - Clarion Project
Kidnapped Syrian priest, 4 women, freed - WWM
more Media Reports from FRRME

14. Topical Prayers - Church of England
Ukraine: Evangelicals call for aid and prayer as pro-Russian militants destroy cities - Christian Today
China: China facing 'worst persecution since the Cultural Revolution' says former underground church pastor - Christian Today
Hong Kong: Former bishop of Hong Kong: 'We must fight now before it's too late' - Christian Today
South Carolina: Prayers from Lent and Beyond

15. Sunday Programme - current affairs with Edward Stourton - BBC Radio 4

16. Food for thought
John Lennox - Do not be silent about your faith - Christian Today
Pagans and Christians - Ross Douthat - NYT
CofE Parishes: The Future - David Pocklington
How busy people make time to read - and you can too - Laura Vanderkam
Scientific research finds that life after death is possible - Christian Today

17. Archbishop of York Hails “Great Success” of Pilgrim Course as New Materials Released
The Pilgrim Course

18. Sitting at Jesus' Feet and Listening - St Helen's Vimeo

19. Build Your Kingdom Here - Rend Collective

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